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Les frères Gravet (1996)

Gravet brothers meet in Beaune during their mother's funeral.

Director:

René Féret

Writer:

René Féret
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Jean-François Stévenin Jean-François Stévenin ... Pierre Gravet
Jacques Bonnaffé ... Jacques Gravet
Robin Renucci ... André Gravet
Pierre-Loup Rajot Pierre-Loup Rajot ... Richard Gravet
Seymour Cassel ... Himself
Stéphane André Stéphane André ... Richard (jeune)
Véronique Ataly Véronique Ataly ... La femme d'André
Emmanuelle Bach Emmanuelle Bach ... Léone Gravet
Jérémy Belly Jérémy Belly ... André (jeune)
Vincent Blanc Vincent Blanc ... Jacques (jeune)
Benjamin Clément Benjamin Clément ... Le fils de Jacques
Lou Couillerot Lou Couillerot ... Fils de Pierre
Tom Couillerot Tom Couillerot ... Fils de Pierre
Vanessa Dane Vanessa Dane ... Sonia
Aurélie Debouchaud Aurélie Debouchaud ... Petite-fille de Jean
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Gravet brothers meet in Beaune during their mother's funeral.

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Country:

France

Language:

French | English

Release Date:

9 January 2002 (France) See more »

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One day in the life of a French family ! ! ! !
14 February 2008 | by FilmCriticLalitRaoSee all my reviews

This is undoubtedly one of the most thought provoking films directed by René Féret.Its presence of stars and actors is so brilliant that one can have a jolly good time watching a host of French cinema's versatile actors that too in a single film.It was truly a veritable family affair for René Féret to direct people like Jacques Bonnaffé, Jean François Stévenin,Julien Féret who are a part of his indispensable family of actors.What is important to watch in this film is a story which starts as a family chronicle but with the passage of time transforms itself into an existentialist drama.Family is an important unit of René Féret's films and the highlight of this film is how brothers of a family come together to know each other better.It is not only brothers who come to know each other better but also their wives and children who learn to appreciate the value of their united,close knit family.It has been felt by certain French critics that this film is more close to Cassavates than Pascal Thomas.This is for those viewers to decide who are familiar with the films of both these authors.


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